Community Council of Idaho will remain closed until further notice. The leadership team will be evaluating the recommendations from District Health Offices on a regular basis and will open its offices and centers to the public when it’s safe for employees, participants, families and children.

Please note that the following services will continue to be offered:

1. Familias Unidas program will continue to offer services remotely.


2. Our Employment and Training department is offering emergency food boxes by appointment only.


3. Our Community Health Centers in eastern Idaho remain open to the public. In addition, we are providing Behavioral Health Services via telehealth to anyone in Idaho.


4. Our Migrant & Seasonal Head Start program is currently in transition from one program year to another. We continue to evaluate when services will begin in May.


5. Our housing personnel are working diligently to meet the needs of our tenants.

El Concilio Comunitario de Idaho permanecerá cerrado hasta nuevo aviso. El equipo de liderazgo evaluará las recomendaciones de las Oficinas de Salud del Distrito regularmente y abrirá sus oficinas y centros al público cuando sea seguro para empleados, participantes, familias y niños.

Se seguirán ofreciendo los siguientes servicios:


1. El programa Familias Unidas continuará ofreciendo servicios de forma remota.


2. Empleo y Entrenamiento está ofreciendo cajas de alimentos de emergencia solo con cita previa.


3. Nuestras Clínicas Comunitarias Familiares en el este de Idaho permanecen abiertas al público. Además, estamos proporcionando servicios de Salud de Comportamiento a través de la telesalud a cualquier individuo en Idaho.


4. Nuestro programa de Head Start Migrante y de Temporada está actualmente en transición de un año de programa a otro. Continúanos evaluando cuándo comenzarán los servicios en mayo.


5. Nuestro personal de viviendas está trabajando diligentemente para satisfacer las necesidades de nuestros /inquilinos.

In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, and out of concern for the public health and safety, the Community Council of Idaho will close most of its offices and suspend services beginning March 17, 2020. All travel by employee’s have also been suspended until it is safer to do so. Most of our employee’s will be working remotely and be accessible via email or cell phone.

To ensure Idahoan’s have access to health care, our Community Family Clinics in eastern Idaho will remain open. They will be operating with essential employees and have important information on their Facebook page about services. Please follow the instructions to ensure that we keep your community and our staff safe.

To ensure Idahoan’s have access to emergency food and services our Community Resource Offices will be operating with a skeleton crew. These services will be provided BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Their phone numbers are listed below. We are instructing our staff not to serve walk-ins but will ask that they make an appointment so they can control interactions so that we keep the community and our staff safe.

To ensure that immigration services continue, and court dates are kept, Familia’s Unidas will continue to work cases and coordinate with families remotely.

Cesar Chavez is known for saying “si se puede” or “yes we can”. We believe that with any problem that we face we will find a solution. We will continue to work in order to find solutions to ensure that the families, clients, and patients of Idaho are served.

Please keep an eye on our website for any updates or contact us directly at (208) 454-1652 if you have any questions. Please see list of numbers for additional contacts.

En respuesta al brote de Coronavirus, y por preocupación por la salud y la seguridad públicas, el Concilio Comunitario de Idaho cerrará la mayoría de sus oficinas y suspenderá los servicios a partir del 17 de marzo de 2020. Todos los viajes de los empleados también han sido suspendidos hasta que sea más seguro hacerlo. La mayoría de nuestros empleados trabajarán de forma remota y serán accesibles a través de correo electrónico o teléfono celular.

Para garantizar que individuales tengan acceso a atención médica, nuestras Clínicas Comunitarias de Familias en el este de Idaho permanecerán abiertas. Estarán operando con empleados esenciales y tendrán información importante en su página de Facebook sobre los servicios. Por favor, siga las instrucciones para garantizar que mantengamos su comunidad y nuestro personal seguro.

Para asegurar que las familias tengan acceso a alimentos y servicios de emergencia, nuestras Oficinas de Empleo y Entrenamiento operarán con un equipo de esqueletos. Estos servicios se proporcionarán SOLAMENTE POR CITA. Sus números de teléfono se enumeran a continuación. Por lo tanto, no estamos permitiendo que nuestro personal proporciona servicios a las personas sin cita, pero estarán estableciendo citas para que puedan controlar las interacciones con el propósito de mantener a la comunidad y nuestro personal seguro.

Para asegurar que los servicios de inmigración continúen y se mantengan las fechas de la cortes, Familias Unidas continuarán trabajando casos y coordinando con las familias de forma remota.

César Chávez es conocido por decir “Si Se Puede”. Creemos que con cualquier problema que nos enfrentemos encontraremos una solución. Continuaremos trabajando para encontrar soluciones para asegurar que las familias, clientes y pacientes de Idaho sean atendidos. 

Por favor, manténganse informados en nuestro sitio web para cualquier actualización o póngase en contacto con nosotros directamente en (208) 454-1652 si tiene alguna pregunta. O mire la siguiente lista de número de teléfonos.

THE COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF IDAHO, INC.

The Community Council of Idaho, Inc. (CC Idaho) is a rural-centered, multi-service nonprofit organization that has impacted Idaho communities since 1971. We are now the largest nonprofit serving Latinos in the state.

Our purpose is to improve the social and economic status of local communities through workforce preparation, education, cultural awareness, civil rights advocacy, and well-being services.

We have 10 Migrant and Seasonal Head Start centers throughout southern Idaho that offer full-day bilingual education, parent education, and comprehensive health, nutrition and disability services.

Our Employment and Training program helps farmworkers and low-income individuals increase their trade and professional skills at each of our five community resource centers.

We currently operate five multi-family Housing projects that provide affordable, safe and decent residences to homeless and farm labor families in Idaho.

In Eastern Idaho, we have three federally qualified health centers for primary healthcare and behavioral health services. Uninsured patients may receive quality healthcare at our Community Family Clinic and pay on a sliding fee scale; Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance are accepted as well.

Through our services, we impact more than 14,000 individuals across Idaho annually.

We will continue to strive for growth so we can expand services and maximize our outreach.

Our Services

Migrant & Seasonal Head Start

Dedicated to promoting the success of their children in school and later in life. We offer a comprehensive program for children and families.

Community Family Clinic

The clinic accepts uninsured patients, privately insured patients, and patients with Medicaid or Medicare. Services may be provided on a sliding fee scale.

Employment & Training

We develop strategies that in turn will assist farmworkers to increase their skill development in areas including: trade, educational, and professional skills.

Housing

All families deserve safe, secure and decent housing. The lives of the individuals and families that we serve are continually affected by the economic realities of Idaho rural agricultural economies.

Immigration Legal Services

We offer affordable immigration legal services to families and individuals. Proving legal consultations and assistance for family-based petitions and applications, citizenship, DACA, TPS, and victims of certain violent crimes.